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Dr.Smilee Johncy

Overview of Dr.Smilee Johncy

Department: Physiology
Full Name: Dr.Smilee Johncy
Designation: Professor | HoD
Degree & Additional Qualifications: M.B.B.S. and M.D.
Working at JJMMC Since: NA
Years of Experience: 12 Years
List of Publications: 1. Aerobic capacity in untrained Young Indian men. Calicut Medical Journal. 2010; 8(2): e3
2. Cardiovascular changes in graded head up tilt. Research and Reviews in Bioscience. 2010; 4(3):133-136
3. Comparative study of Aerobic power in North and South Indians. Journal of Biomedical Science and Research. 2010; 2(3):147-153
4. Dust exposure and lung function impairment in construction workers. J Physiol Biomed Sci 2011: 24(1): 9-13
5. Effect of occupational exposure to dust on pulmonary function in workers associated with building demolition .Biomedical Research. 2011; 22(2):241-247
6. Acute Lung Function Response to Dust in Street Sweepers Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2013 Oct, Vol-7(10): 2126-2129.
7. Chronic exposure to dust and lung function impairment. A study on female sweepers in India. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology 2014; 4:15-19.
8. Prevalence of respiratory and non-respiratory symptoms in female Sweepers. International Journal of Biomedical Research.2014: 5(6):408 -410
9. Altered cardiovascular autonomic function in young normotensive offspring of hypertensive parents – Is obesity an additional risk factor? J Basic Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology 2015; 26(6): 531–537.
10. Study of effect of exercise on PEFR in pregnant women. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology 2015;5 (2): 89 – 92.
11. Impact of obesity on peak expiratory flow rate in different age groups. Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology. 2016;3(3);343-346
12. Effect of head up tilt on cardiovascular autonomic responses in females. International Journal of Physiology.2017;5(2): 142- 146.
13. A study on the prevalence of depression in diabetes patients and the determinants of depression among patients with diabetes-related symptoms and complications. International Journal of Physiology 2018; Vol. 6, No. 3.137-141.